Speech delivered by the president, Lt. Col. George T. Denison, in moving the adoption of the annual report at the annual meeting of the League, held in the railway committee room, House of commons, Ottawa, on Thursday, 6th April, 1899 Topic: British Empire League
Balfour, Andrew & H H Scott (1924) Health Problems of the Empire. Past, Present and Future. W. Collins Sons & Co., London. Part of - The British Empire. A Survey in 12 volumes edited by Hugh Gunn Topics: British Empire, history, health
When this book first appeared in 1963 it appealed to most white South-Africans. Reading it now in 2012 it sounds like white racism and yet I recall that Robert MUGABE carries on unhindered and untouched, Jacob ZUMA is our spear of the Nation and Julius MALEMA is a serious canditate for future President, by popular demand! The more things change the more they stay the same. Topics: South Africa, British Empire
byLeslie Fry also L. Fry was the pen-name for Louise A. Chandor
The Jews And The British Empire, By L. Fry. Subjects Include: Mercantilism, Hanseatic Monopolists, Holland Supplants Spain, Cromwell Re-Admits The Jews Into England, William Of Orange, France Debarred, The Cost Of Zionism, Traders' Profits, The Role Of Disraeli, A Zionist Empire, The Price Britain Pays, Material Losses, Spiritual Losses, Italy Supplants Britain, Honest Merchants' Warning, Etc. This Is A Reprint From The Original 1935 Edition, Softcover Booklet, 7 Pages. A Short But Excellent... Topics: The British Empire, Jewish Capitalism, genealogy
A recent case of black bear gall bladder possession in northern Ontario prompted Mike Commito to investigate the transnational connections associated with bear hunting. Frequently black bears are harvested in one area but before or after processing their parts are destined for farther away locations, sometimes as part of an illegal black market trade. Through the course of his research on bear management in Ontario and New York State, Mike briefly takes us through a notable case of... Topics: EHTV, environmental history, animals, wildlife, hunting, bears, British empire
Professor John Coombs talked about the 17th century relationship between the colonial Chesapeake area and the British Empire. He described how the rise of the tobacco economy consolidated the power of wealthy Virginia planters and London merchants, who controlled trans-Atlantic shipping. Sponsor: Hampden-Sydney College Topics: Colonial America and the British Empire, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
This study is based on the representation of British public school life in Lindsay Anderson’s film “If…”, particularly in relation to the ideology and conventions governing public school as an institution which is supposed to provide a genuine education. Lindsay, the film director introduces a fictional construct of public school world while not real, it has much to say in a fictitious manner. Lindsay avoids the realistic for a condensing poetic force. This poetic expression can be... Topics: Ideology, Educational Institution, British Public School, Poetry, Imperialism. British Empire
byU.S. Government Printing Office - Special Service Division - U.S.Army
Pocket Guide of Uniform Insignia: United States, British Empire, U.S.S.R., France, China, and Poland. Show the uniforms and rank insignia of commissioned officers in full colour 24-full colour plates, Topics: U.S.A., British Empire, U.S.S.R., France, China, Poland, insignia
We have all heard how Winston Churchill was a great man, a great leader. Are people aware what an utterly evil racist & murderer he was? Topics: Winston Churchill, racist, genocidal, british empire, Mark Burdman
Public Interest Podcast consists of conversations with politicians, activists, advocates, and others who seek to improve the world. Topics: Sri Lanka, Civil War, Tamil Tigers, Constitution, Tea, British Empire
In the preface, Burton attempts to explain why he has taken so long to publish this material, which dates back for the most part to 1858, and had been rediscovered and returned to him in 1865, but was only appeared in 1872. The reasons he gives do not include what seems most likely, the renewed interest in the Nile and the East African region sparked by the Livingstone Relief expedition. PREFACE. I FEEL that the reader will expect some allusion to the circumstances which have delayed, till... Topics: zanzibar, africa, indian ocean, british empire, travelogue, imperialism
Article of the treaty between Harry Das Gussein, action on behalf of Jai Singh and Mr. Harry Verelset, chief of Chittagong factory on behalf of the British - date the 14th September 1762 (Home Dept. Public, 1762, 4th Oct. Nos. 2-3) Topics: 14th September 1762, British Empire, Das Gussein, Burmahs, Bhrma, Manipur
LibriVox recording of At the Point of the Bayonet: A Tale of the Mahratta War by G. A. Henty. Read in English by Lynne Thompson; Dave Gillespie; Soumen Barua; Adele de Pignerolles; Mike Pelton; deongines; JaredHB; Michele Eaton; Esther ben Simonides; Rachel The story of the war in which the power of the great Mahratta confederacy was broken ended in the firm establishment of the British Empire the Indian Peninsula. When the struggle began, the Mahrattas were masters of no small portion of... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, India, British Empire, war, cruelty, clive, tyrants
A colored poster of the medals of the British Empire at the turn of the 19th to the 20th centuries. Topics: Orders, Decorations, Medals, Ribbons, British Empire, War Medals, 1900 Poster, Orders - Decorations...
An Inquiry into the Permanent Causes of the Decline of Wealthy Nations and How to Prolong the Prosperity of the British Empire by William Playfair 1759-1823 Also by Anonymous: The Declne and Fall of the British Empire (An imaginary journey taken in the year 2899 (common Era or AD or ... Topics: William Playfair, Permanent Causes of the Decline of Wealthy Nations, Prosperity of the British...
Local.org Radio Blog this morning in West Marin - Cyprus Levy Endgame, Hegel/NeoCons and "Departicularization," Eurozone/USA-zon-ism and Fascism; an interview with 1956-60 EOKA fighter Chris Constantinou. Discussion connects the IMF(US) /Ga zprom (Russia) competition to own Cyprus in March 2013 to Imperialism and Exile, and concludes with Constantinou's account of experiences with friends and family winning independence from the British Empire in 1959, the subsequent Turkish invasion... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Cyprus, Collapse, Departicularization, EOKA, Anti-Imperial Terrorism, British Empire, Bailout,...
In 1913, students, farmers, and roaming revolutionaries working to free India from British colonial rule came together to form the Ghadar Party, to organize mutiny in India and work towards a secular world of economic and social justice. The party, headquartered in San Francisco collaborated with a variety of Bay Area based freethinkers, labor activists, anarchists, and expats of colonized nations. Though formally dissolved in 1948, the work of Ghadar offers potent lessons for political... Topics: India, British empire, Ghadar, colonialism, networked movements, Irish liberation, IWW, Punjabi, UC...
byHerbert Hillary Booker 2nd - Tujunga, California - 2009
"Pocket Guide of Uniform Insignia" (1943). Uniform insignia of the British Empire, China, France, Poland, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and the United States of America in the Second World War. HHB2 favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: British Empire, China, France, Poland, U.S.S.R., Uniform Insignia, World War Two, 1943
Andrew O'Shaughnessy, author of ``The Men who Lost America: British Leadership, the American Revolution, and the Fate of the Empire,'' discusses the role played by British military leaders in the U.S. Revolutionary War. Topics: American Revolution and the Fate of the British Empire, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
LibriVox recording of Drugging a Nation by Samuel Merwin. Read in English by Edmund Bloxam Drugging a Nation is a journalistic reveal of the extent to which the British Empire was culpable in the dissemination and subsequent near total addiction to opium of the Chinese people in the nineteenth century. So weak did it make China, that is was invaded multiple times, often by the British Empire itself looking to make its treaty ports stronger, but by other world powers too. In the end, this... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, Hong Kong, British Empire, china, drugs, addiction, opium, imperialism,...